Why did Apple go 64-bit? One iOS, to rule them all

On September 11, 2013, in Industry News, by Macworld

Sometime in the future, iPhones might contain as much memory as a Mac or Windows PC. Apple’s iPad could become the notebook of the future, while versions of the Mac may run iOS as well.

It’s a future that might never come to pass. But leaving …

DFWcomposites Debuts Made-in-America MacBook Pro Sleeves

On August 16, 2013, in Industry News, by J.R. Bookwalter

You’ve just spent a thousand or more bucks on a new MacBook Pro, so what’s another few dollars to keep it safe from harm? A startup out of Texas wants to cradle your notebook with carbon fiber using American-made materials.Dallas-based DFWcomposites re…

Best Buy recalls MacBook replacement batteries after reports of fire

On June 20, 2013, in Industry News, by John Ribeiro, IDG News Service

Editor’s note: The CPSC incorrectly stated that the recalled batteries are for MacBook Pros. Macworld received confirmation from Best Buy that the recalled batteries were for the discontinued black or white MacBook notebook. This story has been up…

Meet Vesper, a notes app with an all-star development team

On June 6, 2013, in Industry News, by Jason Snell

Three people you may have heard of—writer John Gruber, developer Brent Simmons, and designer Dave Wiskus—have joined forces to create Q Branch, an app development company whose first product is a $5 iPhone app called Vesper. The app, released …

The Week in iOS Accesories: Duly noted!

On April 30, 2013, in Industry News, by Macworld Staff

The $70 Neptor KB300BF is a foldable Bluetooth keyboard for your iPad—in folded position it takes less than six inches of space, but it expands to 12.1 inches for a full range of typing capabilities. It runs 30 hours on a single charge, and incl…

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